Microsoft is apparently preparing to introduce a smaller sized Surface area Laptop computer later this year. Windows Central reports that Microsoft is preparing a more light-weight version of the Surface Laptop with a smaller sized 12.5- inch display. This new model will supposedly consist of Intel’s 10 th Gen Core i5 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 64 GB of storage. The smaller Surface area Laptop computer is stated to be targeted at trainees, and it will be running Windows 10 in S Mode.
Microsoft is even reported to be pricing this brand-new Surface Laptop computer between $500 and $600, making it an affordable choice for the Surface line. It appears to be positioned as the Surface area Go comparable to the Surface area Pro, as a smaller sized and more affordable clamshell laptop.
As is always the case with Surface area devices, Microsoft will likely provide RAM and storage upgrades. We have actually discovered in the past that the base model Surface area Go with just 4GB of RAM wasn’t as capable of day-to-day surfing and app tasks as the upgraded 8GB of RAM model.
Microsoft is most likely to set up some type of Surface area virtual event or statement in October this year, for this new Surface area Laptop and other hardware refreshes and devices.